Facts about Trinity Lutheran School


  • 50 acre school campus; 58,000 square foot facility
  • 18 general purpose classrooms
  • 4 Early Childhood (Preschool and Pre-K.) classrooms
  • Dedicated music and art rooms
  • Multiple resource rooms
  • Gymnasium and locker rooms
  • 2 playgrounds with multi acreage greenspace
  • Baseball and Soccer Fields
  • Large multi-purpose room


  • Interactive Classroom Technologies PS-8th
  • Mobile Chromebook lab
  • Mini classroom Chromebook labs PS-5th
  • 1:1 Chromebook Program Grades 6-8

General School Information: 

  • Developing Disciples since 1858
  • Student Enrollment: 337 (PS-8th)
  • School Staff:
    • Certified/Degreed Instructional 29,
    • support 13,
    • administration 3
  • Daily devotions and Weekly Chapel Services PS-8
  • Dress Code:  A dress code, No uniforms
  • School Mascot:  Warriors
  • School Colors: Blue and White
  • School Times:  8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
  • Extended Care:
    • Before 7:00 - 8:00 AM,  
    • After 3:15 - 5:30 PM
  • Certified Hot Lunch Program PS-8


Measures of Academic Progress

As a part of developing well-rounded students, Trinity Lutheran focuses on quality academics. Trinity uses the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) tests to monitor students' academic progress and help to set appropriate, individualized goals for student growth.  The information below gives a comparison of Trinity's recent academic test scores compared to the composite test scores of the schools in Illinois, as well as the projected scores area public schools.   

In the composite scores for the reading and English/language tests, Trinity Lutheran students far surpassed the state and local results, with 58% of our students meeting or exceeding National grade level averages!   


The community surrounding Trinity Lutheran School has strong public school districts.  Trinity's academic progress numbers hold up well to our public school counterparts, with 83% of our students at the "Approached" or "Met/Exceeded" the National grade level averages in mathematics (compared to 61%, 69%, and 50%, respectively).